I woulda figured something Athabaskan…

Since Bigfoot is mostly sighted in Oregon and Washington and was apparently captured in Alaska…

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Pre-contact distribution of the Athabaskan languages. CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=147052

The Athabaskan languages are a family of languages native to North America.  Currently there are about 53 of them left.  They’re spoken in Alaska and northwestern Canada, in pockets of the coastal areas of Oregon and Washington, and in the south-central United States.  Since Bigfoot is mostly sighted in Oregon and Washington and was apparently captured in Alaska, I woulda figured that he would speak something Athabaskan, but apparently not…

I woulda figured explained in the English notes below. #cleaningthebasement

English notes: Colloquially, one meaning of to figure is to guess or to think.  Some examples:

 

 

 

 

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